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Remembering Stan...

Stan Getz
Milt Jackson
Ray Brown
Art Blakey
Sept. 3, 1981
Nippon Budoukan

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Comment by Bev Getz on September 23, 2009 at 9:52pm
Special thanks and HUGS to Denis for bringing this video to my attention!!! I must have listened to it about 17 times tonight... so far! (-;
Comment by Pascal Savelon on September 24, 2009 at 3:28am
Wow, another great surprise...
Thanks Bev and Denis.
Comment by Joannah on September 24, 2009 at 10:22am
WOW... I LOVE IT!!! Stan sounds ABSOLUTELY AMAZING as always and his phrasing is such a delight for the senses here!!! I have never heard anyone do the things he does with a sax, but then no one else had the heart he had for it I guess. And I love Milt Jackson but have never seen him play piano... what a treat! xx
Comment by Richard Ransom on September 24, 2009 at 11:06am
The way Stan dance's around the melody yet stay's within the structure of the song still just blows me away!!This is why I always LOVED all of work I sure.....His Heart for the MUSIC was endless.....
Comment by RUBIANO Gérard on September 24, 2009 at 11:40am
Dear Bev,

Thank you so much for adding this great video ! I like this tune too much !
YOU MUST see the French movie with Dexter GORDON, this movie was made by Bertrand TAVERNIER and count us the "JAZZ Spirit"...there's a part of your father in this "GREAT FILM"...there are movies, we must see, it is like a "Jazz Standart" !
Comment by RUBIANO Gérard on September 24, 2009 at 12:16pm
I add a picture of the movie "Round About Midnight - 1986-The movie"...please forget my bad translation for the tittle in english, it is not "Around midnight" but "Round about Midnight", SORRY !
You can see this movie on "YOU TUBE" !
I agree with all of you: STAN is AMAZING playing this tune, I've never heard this version before, it is so "sweety, cool, loving..." in fact this version is the most generous, I've ever heard !
Comment by Denis Ouellet on September 24, 2009 at 12:53pm
Ray Brown, Art Blakey, Milt Jackson and Stan Getz.
The names inspire awe and admiration.
Thank you Bev, for posting it here on Stan's forums,
where all his loving fans live.

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